LONDON (AP) - With a floating target in the River Thames and a set of giant Olympic rings overhead, Sergio Garcia and Dustin Johnson took turns whacking balls at a makeshift green.
NEW YORK (AP) - NBC Sports anchor Bob Costas says he plans his own on-air commemoration this week of Israelis killed in Munich 40 years ago despite the refusal of Olympic authorities to do so during Friday's opening ceremony for the London Game.
LONDON (AP) - Two piece or not two piece: that is the question.
LONDON (AP) - Ryan Lochte has been building toward the London Games since he walked away from Beijing dissatisfied four years ago.
BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) - Tired from a long flight and frustrated over a bus ride taking forever, Kerron Clement let his feelings be known on social media.
BIRMINGHAM, England (AP) - Before heading over for the Olympics, discus thrower Lance Brooks refinished a driveway in the searing sun to earn extra cash.
LONDON (AP) - Once the Olympics are over, long jumper Marquise Goodwin has to hustle back home.
LONDON (AP) - The Olympic flame has had a ride on the London Eye.
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) - Dressed like the Dream Team, tested like its predecessor never was.
LONDON (AP) - Seven years after they were cut from the games, baseball and softball have agreed to merge into a single international federation in a joint bid to return to the Olympics.
Winning gold medals hasn't been a problem for Abby Wambach and the U.S. Women's soccer team.
ISTANBUL (AP) - Diana Taurasi and the U.S. women's basketball team feel a little overlooked.
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) - Forever in the Dream Team's shadow, the U.S. Olympic basketball team is now walking in its footsteps.
LONDON (AP) - With the flame comes the games.
MANCHESTER, England (AP) - Britain coach Tom Maher is delighted with his women's basketball team.
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